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Max Francis Named Sales Associate For Lectrosonics

Providing in-house sales support for both dealers and end-users as well as traveling with area managers to support customers

Max Francis has joined Lectrosonics as a sales associate, where he is providing in-house sales support for both dealers and end-users as well as traveling with area sales managers to support customers. 

“We’re delighted to add Max to our staff and look forward to the expertise and energy he will bring to Lectrosonics,” states Gordon Moore, CTS, vice president of sales at Lectrosonics.

Francis joins Lectrosonics after a 10-year career in professional audio and film, working as a musician, engineer and technical equipment consultant as well as in acquisitions.

As a music engineer he worked with a number of musicians, including James Newton, and on projects for several artists with the Brooklyn Academy record label. In the film industry, he served as an ADR engineer for international releases such as “Terminator 4” and “Crash” (season one).

“I’m very excited to join the Lectrosonics family,” Francis says. “I look forward to working with this company that has such an excellent reputation in the audio world.”

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